The Truth about Cleansing - 4 Biggest Myths Debunked



Thanks to much of what we hear in the media, cleansing has earned a reputation for being unhealthy and even unsafe. When you hear the word “cleanse,” do you immediately think of all-liquid diets, expensive supplements and short-term deprivation for short-term gains?


The truth is, a cleanse doesn’t have to involve any of the above—and if you cleanse in a healthy, supportive manner, you can achieve lasting results in weight loss, energy gain and full-body health.


The following are four myths you may have heard about cleansing. Understandably, these myths may cause you to be hesitant to try a cleanse.

Keep reading to find out the truth behind these myths and why cleansing might be just what your body is craving.



Myth # 1: You won’t enjoy anything you’re eating while on a cleanse

While you might have to eliminate certain foods that you enjoy, cleansing isn’t all about eating lettuce with a drizzle of olive oil. There are many delicious recipes that can be prepared using healthy ingredients that not only taste amazing, but nourish and cleanse your body.

The best part is, many of them don’t involve any fancy ingredients and can be prepared even by a cooking novice.


Myth #2: You’ll constantly be hungry while cleansing

While you might end up consuming fewer calories while following a cleanse, you shouldn't feel deprived or hungry. Going on an extremely low-calorie diet can actually disrupt your hormones and metabolism, making your body less efficient in the long run. Everyone’s caloric needs are different, so a cleanse should never dictate how many calories you consume. By consuming whole foods that provide you with the right nutrients, you help cleanse your body while feeling satisfied.


Myth #3: You need to do an all-liquid cleanse to remove toxins from your body

Liquid-only cleanses have had more than their fair share of popularity. These types of cleanses can backfire, though. Not only do people often gain the weight back as soon as the cleanse ends, but such restrictive eating for several days can be detrimental to your health. An effective cleanse will include a variety of whole foods to help nourish your body and produce long-term results.


Myth #4: Cleanses are just a way for people to make money on expensive supplements.

Supplements involved in a cleanse should be just that, a supplementary part of the program, not the primary source of your nutrition. While on a cleanse, you get most of your vitamins and minerals from whole-food sources. Supplements may be recommended to help your body make the most of the nutrients it receives from these foods. For example, by including probiotics in your diet, you help your body produce vitamins, absorb minerals and remove toxins from the body.


Aside from the benefits discussed above, cleansing is an incredibly effective way to identify if you have any food sensitivities, balance your hormones, and establish healthy habits for the long term.

Are you ready to discover the benefits of healthy Cleansing for yourself? Click here to learn more about my upcoming ReNEW Cleanse – a 7-day cleanse to kick-start your healthy habits for 2019 http://bit.ly/KPBRenewCleanse


We’re starting on January 14, 2019. To save $50.00, register by January 6!!!


Questions about the Cleanse?

It’s normal to feel hesitant before trying something new, such as a cleanse. I’d love to hear from you! Send me an email with your questions at email@karenspurebalance.com

I’m here to support you!

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